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Local Government Finance

Volume 201: debated on Tuesday 14 January 1992

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To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will list by local authority area in Scotland the proportions of local authority finance derived from central Government, business rates and poll tax from 1991–92.

The proportion of total income derived from central Government grants, non-domestic rates income and community charge income for each local authority for 1991–92 are given in the table.

Percentage
(1)(2)(3)
Central Government grams 1991–92Non-domestic rate income 1991–92Community charge income 1991–92
Borders77·4I2·I10·5
Central60·823·815·4
Dumfries and Galloway75·513·311·2
Fife58·125·616·3
Grampian66·521·911·6
Highland70·719·49·9
Lothian50·026·523·5
Strathclyde65·721·113·3
Tayside67·517·515·0
Berwickshire72·219·48·4
Ettrick and Lauderdale56·927·415·8
Roxburgh64·821·513·6
Tweeddale68·719·112·2
Clackmannan34·532·732·8
Falkirk35·651·612·8
Stirling25·344·929·8
Annandale and Eskdale49·923·626·5

(1)

(2)

(3)

Central Government grants 1991–92

Non-domestic rate income 1991–92

Community charge income 1991–92

Nithsdale45·929·824·3
Stewartry63·819·017·2
Wigtown65·214·320·4
Dunfermline30·145·824·1
Kirkcaldy30·643·625·9
North East Fife49·623·127·2
Aberdeen City28·241·330·5
Banff and Buchan41·236·622·1
Gordon68·016·715·3
Kincardine and Deeside72·822·24·9
Moray58·230·511·2
Badenoch and Strathspey57·033·89·2
Caithness65·729·25·0
Inverness44·550·25·3
Lochaber43·239·417·4
Nairn76·316·27·5
Ross and Cromarty54·430·215·3
Skye and Lochalsh77·615·17·2
Sutherland74·914·210·9
East Lothian32·740·027·3
Edinburgh City31·335·832·9
Midlothian52·221·726·1
West Lothian49·432·717·9
Argyll and Bute50·826·223·0
Bearsden and Milngavie57·415·327·2
Clydebank43·727·229·1
Clydesdale49·021·329·8
Cumbernauld and Kilsyth43·535·421·1
Cumnock and Doon Valley56·822·320·9
Cunninghame19·649·031·5
Dumbarton27·530·841·7
East Kilbride26·831·242·0
Eastwood71·214·114·6
Glasgow City33·743·922·4
Hamilton42·826·530·7
Inverclyde52·523·823·7
Kilmarnock and Loudoun45·229·425·4
Kyle and Carrick33·130·136·8
Monklands50·122·627·3
Motherwell47·529·922·6
Renfrew37·929·732·3
Strathkelvin52·317·030·7
Angus56·825·517·7
Dundee City40·733·326·0
Perth and Kinross48·931·519·6
Orkney77·921·20·9
Shetland64·734·90·4
Western Isles90·67·81·5

Notes:

1. Central Government grants shown in column 1 consist of revenue support grant, specific grants and community charge grant.

2. The community charge income proportions arc calculated from provisional outturn amounts taken from the provisional outturn/budget estimate returns made to the Scottish Office by local authorities, less an assumed reduction in charge income as a result of the Community Charges (General Reduction) Act 1991.

3. The non-domestic rate income proportions arc calculated from estimates made by the Scottish Office in November 1990.